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Appeal of 26th National Convention

Posted by bamcef on October 16, 2009

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26th National Convention

Dates : 25th
to 28th December 2009

Place : Chandigarh


Dear Mulnivasi Bahujan friends,

It is a reality that mere formation of an organization does not ensure an accomplishment of its mission. To accomplish a mission its objectives needs to be pursued continuously and regularly in the form of different programmes and activities. Annual conferences and conventions of the organization becomes an important part of such programmes and activities. Keeping this understanding in mind BAMCEF has developed a culture of organizing a National convention regularly at the end of the year. The burning issues related to Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj are discussed and deliberated in National conventions with the view to give proper direction to the Mulnivasi Bahujan masses so as to build the required public opinion. This year on the occasion of 26th National convention following points will be the focus of the discussions and deliberations.

Instituationalization of Organization

BAMCEF during last 31 years had made organized efforts to establish it as an Institution to achieve the goal of social revolution set by our forefathers of Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj.  In this process the organization had succeeded in establishing a unique identity of Phule-Ambedkarite Movement in the Indian society. This has also produced an institutional leadership on large scale. Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj has contributed a lot to bring this success. We know that this success is an out come of the continuous process of institutionalization of BAMCEF. Now we need to strengthen the same with more efforts.

Anti Mulnivasi – Brahminical Education Policy

The alien Aryan-Brahmins,  (the ruling caste) in the country are making efforts to enslave Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj by depriving them from higher education through conspiracies of privatization and commercialization of education, opposition to the representation in higher education, rise in the educational fees, arguing for creamy layer and making crooked  policy of reserving seats for forward caste in public institutions by referring to reservation of backward classes; and on the other hand in the name of literacy mission, campaign for education to all (sarva shiksha abhiyan) and education loan schemes for weaker sections they are basically trying to fool and mislead the Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj. All these things are a part of organized conspiracies hatched by them.


The ruling castes are notoriously engaged in implementing the conspiracy of complicating the process of issuing caste certificates to the Backward Classes (SC, ST, OBC) and not accepting the caste certificates issued by one state in the other state of the country. This matter is related to a larger conspiracy to deprive Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj from availing its Constitutional rights. This has been observed that the high caste (Ruling caste) are producing the false caste certificates and availing the benefits of reservation policy. However instead of punishing them under the I.P.C (Indian Penal Code) the procedure of issuing caste certificates to backward classes is being made more and more complicated. Thus this act of the government is nothing but to protect the criminals and punish the real eligible candidates. Secondly, it is a constitutional rights of all the citizens of India to reside at any place for livelihood but by denial of accepting claims of backward classes  for representation in other states other than their paternal states by the government amounts to indirectly snatching away the constitutional rights of the backward classes.


India is a democratic republic having a system of representative governance. However in its basic institutions namely the legislature and executive (bureaucracy) the system of representation by reservation for Mulnivasi Bahujans is in practice. But there is no system of representation through reservation in Judiciary. Therefore whatever legislations are being enacted through the parliament the same are being nullified with the simple orders of Brahminical Judges dominating the Supreme Court and other courts in the country. Consequently instead of justice an injustice is being handed over to the Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj from the supreme court and other courts in the country. On the basis of these facts we have concluded that without having representation to the Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj in the judiciary, justice can’t be expected for them. Thus a solution to this serious problem is needs to be sought.


It is well known fact that Indus valley civilization is one of the oldest and greatest civilizations of the world. The historical facts have proved that alien Aryan Brahmins had destroyed the Indus valley civilization. By the destruction of Indus valley civilization the Mulnivasi Bahujan were degraded and enslaved. Therefore re-establishing the lost indigenous culture and civilization is very much needed. We are of the firm opinion that, by organizing the original inhabitants (Mulnivasis) of India with the help of their collective identity as “Mulnivasis” we can re-establish the Mulnivasi Culture, civilization and bring back the progress and prosperity to Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj.  BAMCEF is making multi dimensional efforts to make it happen. In this sequence we had decided to organize our 26th National Convention based on the theme – “Mulnivasi identity.”


We all know that Brahminism is the root cause of all kinds of inequalities, communal and castist hatred, unjust social and economic policies, attacks on human dignity and status, integrity and unity of nation. It may appear before us in the form of Brahminical Communism, socialism, Hinduism, Nationalism, Linguistics, regionalism, racism or discrimination but the main source of all the inequalities in India is Brahminism. Therefore Babasaheb Dr. Ambedkar had stated “Uproot Brahminism the spirit of inequality”.  Hence BAMCEF has made this statement as an agenda of first priority in all of its activities including the program of National Convention.

Keeping these points and their contexts in mind the 26th National Convention is being organized. Therefore we earnestly appeal to the Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj to whole heartedly contribute in form of physical, financial and intellectual participation in this convention to make it a grand success.

Jai Bhim! Jai Mulnivasi!!

Yours in Mission


National General Secretary

Date : 28th September,2009 (Ashok Vijayadeshmi)

Place : Central Office, New Delhi

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Chargesheet to the Ruling Castes

Posted by bamcef on April 7, 2009

Chargesheet to the Ruling Castes


Dear Mulnivasi Bahujan friends,

After independence we have adopted parliamentary democracy on 26th January 1950 through the constitution and promised to provide Justice, Liberty & Equality to all the citizens. The constitution has provided the principle of ‘one man one vote and one vote one value’ through adult franchise. Now we are going to elect our representatives for the 15th Lok Sabha in the month of April and May 2009. We are at pains to state that, even after 60 years of the commencement of the constitution the dream of the constitution makers to establish a democratic society has not been fulfilled. This is primarily because, the parliament is highly dominated by the ruling castes, through their money power. Therefore no laws are enacted in parliament for the advancement of the Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj and even if they are enacted they are hardly implemented by the Executives of the ruling castes. Therefore on the occasion of 15th Lok Sabha election we must question the candidates from ruling castes and their porteges from the Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj as to what moral right they have got to seek votes from Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj and charge sheet them with the following points :-

Economic Policy

  1. The ruling castes had adopted the policy of liberalization, privation and globalization (LPG) in the year 1991.
  2. The policy of LPG has not only affected the economic life of the various components of the Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj comprising of SC,ST, OBC and converted religious minority but has affected their social/educational life as well.
  3. At the time of introduction of LPG the ruling castes have created a propaganda that LPG shall open up large number of employment opportunities.
  4. The LPG however had created few opportunities for the children of the ruling castes and large section of the Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj has been denied the employment opportunities.
  5. Due to privatization, of the public sector such as VSNL, and sate of Hotels of hotel corporation the SC, ST, OBC and minorities components of Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj have lost their jobs. Although protection clause was introduced in the agreement the same was not honoured by the private owners and the cases are still being fought up to the level of Supreme Court.
  6. Due to privatization of education, the education has become a costlier affair and, the Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj cannot afford to provide the professional education such as medical and engineering courses to their children.
  7. Due to liberalization of economic policy the ruling castes have introduced the policy of ‘Special Economic Zone (SEZ)’. As a result the Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj is loosing lakhs and lakhs of acres of cultivable agricultural land which is a main source of their livelihood.
  8. As a result of SEZ policy, the food production has considerably gone down and is not sufficient to meet the food requirement of the Nation.
  9. The per capita food availability per day is 470 gms. It is not sufficient to acquire optimum energy level of 2200 calories required for survival.
  10. As per the report of Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) an agency of United Nation, 963 million people are hungry in the world of which 20% (about 20 crores) hungry people are living in India.
  11. All these people are from Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj and are bound to die due to hunger.
  12. They cannot afford to purchase 470 gms of food grains for survival due to high level of inflation (food prices) of more than 13% and still is above 10% as per Consumer Price Index. Therefore the propaganda of development of “Aam Aadmi” is fraud to fool the Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj.
  13. The ruling castes come to the power with the support of the Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj but when it comes to frame the policies for their benefits they tacitly support their counterpart in trade/business and industry.
  14. The ruling castes are framing the economic policies and providing stimulus by economic package to trade business and industry, which are controlled by few individuals amongst ruling castes.
  15. Whereas the ruling caste does not frame the economic policies in favour of marginal farmers and landless labourers although 65% population of the society is solely dependant on agriculture sector.
  16. The ruling castes are lending lakhs of crores of rupees loan through public finance institutions (Bank) to the trade, business and industries of which more than Rs. 2 lack crores has resulted into Non Performing Assets (NPS) i.e. the amount of loan extended to few individuals in trade business and industry has not been recovered by the banks.
  17. Where as micro-lending advanced to the marginal farmers are being coercively recovered from the marginal farmers and at times when they are not in a position to repay the loans they resort to suicide.
  18. When Rs. 70,000 crores of loans was ordered to be waived by the government to the marginal farmers in the agricultural sector wherein 65% people are seeking employment, the ruling castes have vehemently opposed to the waiver.
  19. The agenda of construction of Ram Mandir is another fraud to use the sentiment of OBC, the component of Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj to acquire power.
  20. Employment opportunities are not being created in the govt. sector after introduction of LPG their by denying job opportunities to Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj.
  21. The congress in its manifesto of 2004 had promised some land through proper implementation of “land ceiling and land redistribution Bill” to the landless families but nothing has happened even after laps of five years.

Educational Policy

  1. Due to reduction in the Govt. jobs the teachers are overloaded with non teaching tasks thereby are not in a position to concentrate on teaching.
  2. As a result the students from the Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj are not imparted with quality education through the Govt. schools.
  3. The policy of promoting students without adequate knowledge impaired the students from Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj from acquiring knowledge and therefore they have no future in the future “knowledge society”.
  4. The adequate provisions of funds through Special Components Plan (SCP) and Tribal Sub Plan (TSP) are not made by the ruling castes for the advancement of SC/ST the components of Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj.
  5. The major funds made available are also not used for hostel facility and scholarship but are diverted by the ruling castes for the general purpose or are returned to the Central Govt.
  6. The ruling caste people fraudulently obtained SC/ST certificates to sick the benefits of the reservation.
  7. Instead of investigating the matters and prosecuting such persons under Indian Penal Code, the SC & ST students are denied caste certificates unless they submit the records of their caste for the last 50 years from their native place.
  8. The ruling caste are engaged in the corrupt practices in the appointments of teacher therefore quality teachers are not available for imparting education to the students from Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj in the schools run by the Govt.

Reservation Policy

  1. The congress in its manifesto of 2004 had promised that, it will create a National consensus to provide reasonable share of jobs in the private sector to schedule castes and schedule tribes, the components of Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj and also promised to promote a culture of entrepreneurships amongst these sections of the society however these provisions have been deleted from the “Common Minimum Programe” when the UPA govt. came in power in 2004.
  2. The ruling castes in the trade, business and industry have vehemently opposed to the govt. proposal for reservation in private sector.
  3. The ruling castes have conspired to enlist some caste in different schedules in the different states. The same caste finds its place in the schedule for SC in one state, ST in other state and OBC in the third state. This is deliberately done to disintegrate the castes under the schedules and thereby deny them the uniform benefits.
  4. The SC, ST, OBC and converted minorities components of Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj from one state not provided the benefit of reservation in the other state although it is the constitutional right of the every citizen to reside anywhere in the country for his/her development.
  5. The democracy is a form of a government by representation. Therefore the Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj aspires for the representation by reservation in legislature, Executive and Judiciary.
  6. Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar therefore provided representation by reservation in the educational institutions and public services in the fundamental rights under the article 15 & 16 of the constitution.        
  7. Whereas reservation to SC, ST in the legislature is provided under article 330 of the constitution.
  8. It was initially provided for 10 years and the ruling castes had been extending this period after every 10 years to co-opt the politicians from SC, ST to exercise control over the SC, ST masses to maintain their hegemony.
  9. Whereas when the SC, ST and Minority the components of Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj assert for their fundamental rights for seeking representation in educational institutions and the employment provided under article 15 & 16 of the constitution, the ruling castes are entering into a false propaganda through print and electronic media that the reservation was only for 10 years and it should be done awaywith.
  10. The element of creamy layers was deliberately introduced by the ruling caste in respect of representation by reservation to OBC in the educational institutions and employment to deny the benefits to eligible and competent candidates.
  11. The ruling castes are denying the representation by reservation to OBC other than the creamy layer category on the ground of non availability of the suitable candidates.
  12. The ruling castes thus conspiring to deny the benefits of representation by reservation to OBCs and the judiciary held that reserved vacant seats /posts shall go to the general category candidates. 
  13. The UPA Govt. has recently introduced a schedules caste and scheduled tribe (Reservation in a post and services) Bill 2008 in the parliament and got it passed in the Rajya Sabha.
  14. The policy of representation by reservation is basically an affirmative action whereas section 4(1) (iii) & (iv) of said bill provides that no reservation to SC & ST from amongst Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj shall be provided to the posts higher than the lowest grade of group A posts and qualified as scientific or technical posts and posts higher than the lowest grade of group A posts in institutions of national importance and Indian institutes of management specified in the schedule.
  15. This section of the bills is very against the constitutional objective and the objective of the bill which is basically introduced to provide the benefits and not to deny the benefits is therefore detrimental to the interest of SCs & STs, the components of the Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj.
  16. The provisions of the affirmative action in the constitution are basically against the mind set of the people from the ruling castes and whenever they are seating in the position of power their mindset resists the provisions and therefore the constitutional objective of establishing democratic society based on equality, liberty, fraternity and justice is not achieved.
  17. This Section 4(1)(iv) of the bills is a reflection of the mindset of the ruling castes.
  18. The women’s reservation bill was introduced in the parliament in the year 2005 and the ruling castes are bent upon to pass it in its present form providing 33% to the women on the ground that the equality and justice is denied to the women in the society. However no rational has been provided to the figure of 33%.
  19. The Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj when argues for reservation within reservation meaning thereby the 33% reservation provided in the bill should be apportioned amongst the SC, ST, OBC and minority and general category of women in proportion of their population as the SC, ST, OBC & minority women are more deprived as compared to the general category women, the ruling castes vehemently oppose to this proposition without any logical explanation.
  20. To our mind the ruling castes have realized that sooner or later they will have to concede the position of the Prime Minister to the Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj in a democracy on the basis of the larger representation likely to be achieved in the parliament and therefore by route of “Women Reservation Bill” they wanted to increase their strength in the parliament to retain the position of the prime minister for perpetual dominance and to protect their own vested interest.         
  21. The “Sachhar Committee Report” proposed reservation to Muslims for their socio-economic empowerment. If the reservation to the Muslims is provided in the name of religion then the forward castes amongst the Muslims will grab the major share and the backward castes amongst the Muslims will be deprived of their rightful share and the objective of their socio-economic empowerment will be defeated. Thus a proposition of providing reservation to the Muslims in the name of religion is a conspiracy by high caste Muslims joining hands with ruling castes.
  22. The judiciary is highly dominated by the ruling castes and at times is handing out injustice in the name of justice to the Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj. A case in hand is that according to judiciary the reservation is not a fundamental right.

National Policy

  1. The ruling castes are responsible for global warming as they are the highest consumer of petroleum products and coal based energy. Due to rise in temperature by 0.680C in India, the wheat yield goes down by 10%. Presently the production of wheat is about 80 million tones which would be further reduced to 70 million tones, thereby creating acute shortage of food availability leading to hunger deaths of Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj.



Friends, the solution lies in the hands of our society (Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj). The solution is to awaken and organize the society under the identity of “Mulnivasi” and thereby place our people in the power structure with the view to create and establish a social democracy in India. We hope you will take a right view and throw out the ruling castes from the power.


Jai Bheem! Jai Mulnivasi!!


Yours in the Phule-Ambedkarite Mission

 National President                                     National Secretary

Mulnivasi Sangh 

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Silver Jubilee National Convention of BAMCEF at Nagpur

Posted by bamcef on December 14, 2008


Click here to download ‘Programme Schedule’ of BAMCEF’s 25th National Convention

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News Report: 1st National Convention of Mulnivasi Women

Posted by bamcef on November 23, 2008

The first national convention of Mulnivasi Mahila Sangh and BAMCEF Women Wing successfully held a Bharat Scout and Guide Hall Dadar, Mumbai on 18th and 19th October, 2008. Ms. Shashi Minz (IAS, Director National Academy of Custom Excise and Narcotics, Faridabad, Haryana), Dr. A. H. Salunkhe (Renowned thinker and Writer, Satara, Maharashtra) and Mr. B. D. Borkar, IRS (CEO of BAMCEF Offshoot Wings) were present in the inauguration session of the Convention. Mrs. Suman Tirpude, National President of BAMCEF Women Wing, delivered the introductory speech and Dr. Manisha Bangar, National President of Mulnivasi Mahila Sangh presided over the inauguration session. Over 300 women participated in this convention from all over India. 


In this two days national convention, three awakening sessions, one delegate session and one special session were organised. On the first day of convention Dt. 18th November the topic of “Women Reservation Bill – the brahminical conspiracy to deny representation in the parliament to the Mulnivasi women” was discussed. Ms. Paurnima Katkar (Deputy Director of sport authority of India, Gujarat), Dr. Pradnya, Ms. Sudha Mohile (Social Activist, Mumbai), Ms. Jayashri Shelke (State President, Jijau Brigade, Maharashtra) shared their views on above subject.  Mrs. Sanhita Sudame (CEC Member of Mulnivasi Mahila Sangh) delivered the introductory speech and Mrs. Sunita Kumar (CEC Member Mulnivasi Mahila Sangh) presided over the session. In the afternoon session of the same day the topic “The present economic, Educational and health policy of Government of India, is the policy to throw mulnivasi women into unended slavery” was discussed. Prof. Nutan Malvi (Lecturer, and social activist, Wardha), Ms. Jayashri Ghadi (Lokshasan Andolan, Mumbai) delivered the speech, Mrs. Tanuja Nepale delivered introductory speech on this subject, and Mrs. Suman Tirpude presided over the session.

On the next day of convention, the participants who were come from different states and districts of the India discussed on following issue: “Ways & Means to enhance the involvement of Mulnivasi Bahujan Women in the movement for socio cultural transformation.” On this issue Mrs. Vaishali Pawar, Ms. Snehalata Kurane, Mrs. Sommaiya Bahen, Mrs. Meshram, Mrs. Manda Wankhede, Mrs. Tanuja Nepale, Ms. Pinal Solanki, Ms. Aruna Kumari shared their views and Ms. Baljinder Kaur (Convener, Mulnivasi Mahila Sangh, Ludhiana, Punjab) presided over the session.

mms_conv_02On the second days awakening session “The Mulnivasi women must emulate the “Compatriot” (friend & colleague), role model of women of Mulnivasi culture, rather than the “Pativrata” (man worshipping) model of women, of Brahminical culture” topic was discussed in detail.  Mr. Rajshekhar Undru (IAS, Haryana), Mr. Ratnakar Dandawate, Mr. Suresh Gaikwad, Mr. D. K. Sudame shared their views. Dr. Pradnya delivered introductory speech on this subject and Dr. Manisha Bangar presided over the session.

“The Words & Language used to mobilize the Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj towards socio-cultural revolution, should be liberating, harmonizing and should express a collective identity”, topic also discussed in the second day of convention.  Dr. A. H. Salukhe focused light on this issue with all dimensions of history, language and culture. Mrs. Venu Kartik delivered introductory speech on this topic.

On the occasion of this 1st National Convention the cultural programme conducted by Sangli Maharashtra, Unit was an attraction for the participants. 

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You all are cordially invited to attend the 2nd National Convention of Mulnivasi Sangh at Delhi

Posted by bamcef on November 21, 2008

We are very glad to inform you that today Mulnivasi Sangh is holding its 2nd National Convention at Delhi. The convention will go on for two days i.e., 22nd and 23rd November 2008. Those who are in Delhi, please attend this convention. The venue of convention is: Bapu Samaj Sewa Kendra, Panchkuian Road, Near Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Bhavan, New Delhi – 5.

Today i.e., on 22nd November 2008 at 11.00am Prof. Akhalaque Mohammad (JNU) will inaugurate the convention. Mr. B. D. Borkar, IRS (CEO of BAMCEF Offshoot wings) will also address the convention as a special invitee. Mr. Sanjay Ingole will preside over the inauguration session.

In this two days national convention following topics will be discussed: 1) The Brahmincal terrorism in higher educational institutions against constitutional rights of mulnivasi backward classes, 2) Phule-Ambedkar Movement and present situation of India, 3) The injustice and atrocities against Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj and the role of mulnivasi highly educated students to end it, and 4) ‘We the Mulnivasis of India: A multi-dimensional analysis’ and  ‘The exercise of foreigner Arya Brahmins to prove themselves as inhabitants of India is itself a proof that they are the outsiders of India.’

Prof. Vivek Kumar (JNU, Delhi), Mr. Irshadul Haque (Reporter, BBC Patana, Bihar), Mr. Ashok Kumar (Andhrapradesh University, AP), Dh. Maitriveer Nagarjun (PhD Candidate, JNU, Delhi), and Mr. Rajnish Kumar (Jamia Millia University, Delhi), Mr. Dhananjay Zakarde (President, Mulnivasi Sanskritik Sangh) Mr. Manoj Nag (General Secretary, Mulnivasi Sangh) are the guest speakers of the convention.

You all are cordially invited to attend the Mulnivasi Sangh’s 2nd National Convention!

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25th (Silver Jubilee) National Convention of BAMCEF at Nagpur

Posted by bamcef on September 30, 2008

25th National Convention

2008 – Nagpur



25th National Convention – A Time for Introspection

This year BAMCEF is holding its 25th (Silver Jubilee) National Convention. From the beginning BAMCEF had dedicated itself to the goal of social change, which our emancipator had laid down. Over the past three decades we had concentrated specifically on two aspects i.e. first, awakening the society on the issue concerning our condition – thereby exposing the conspiracy of Brahmanical System and second trying to organize all caste components who are the sufferers of social system. On both the fronts BAMCEF had succeeded to the extent that the power structure and Brahminism forces have acknowledged our existence as a pressure group of Phule-Ambedkarite movement. BAMCEF salutes the dedication, sacrifice and efforts of all its activists who had toiled to achieve this level. With this achievement one can certainly say that BAMCEF is going ahead in a right manner towards its pre defined objective.

Our impact on the power structure had compelled the Brahmanical forces to redesign their strategies so as to keep control over the social system. On the other hand BAMCEF had succeeded in motivating various caste components of Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj to release themselves from the grip of Brahmanical forces. Such process of action and counter action is bound to continue in more severe form in the days to come. To cope up with the changing situation we need to indentify and incorporate stronger inputs to design the strategies to combat Brahminism.

Identity Crisis

While trying to achieve the objective of social change, on one hand we had been exposing the conspiracies of Brahminical forces to awaken the masses and on the other trying to unite different caste components of 85% Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj. Our experience of past three decade revealed that the identity crisis is a major lacuna in keeping the Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj united. Hence to forge the homogenous unity amongst different castes we had rejuvenated Mulnivasi identity. Accepting the common identity can only be the means to march in the direction of achieving the objective of social change. Having made definite dent of Mulniwasi identity in the society, our enemy has also felt its impact to the extent that their identity and presence in this country has come under scrutiny.

Strengthening the Movement

It can be seen that in post Ambedkarite era, nobody had laid emphasis on building and strengthening the movement. All the Phule-Ambedkarite organizations which emerged were mainly out of reactive response. The speed with which society responded to the reactive issues had also calmed down with equal speed. Such response could not build the organization and unity in the society. Building the movement with such response will remain only a wishful thinking. On the other hand movement building process is very slow and the result cannot be seen immediately. Only its presence and impact can be felt, on power structure which can be observed in the society. Over past three decade BAMCEF has succeeded in training the human resources, dedicating and committing them towards the objective of social change and building the movement. BAMCEF had never diverted or diluted this objective. In the light of this background and on the eve of 25th National Convention, the activists of BAMCEF will be reaffirming its commitment in further strengthening Phule-Ambedkarite movement. We look forward for awakened response from the society.

Inputs To Achieve the Objective

The objective of social change is not small and simple. It was more difficult during the time our emancipators, who had led the movement. Their efforts, to the larger extent, had softened the constraints, which had spoilt the social system. But the challenges which are prevalent today, needs to be dealt with more determination and dedication. The situation becomes still more challenging because the counter revolutionary forces in the society are continuously watching our move and re-designing their strategies. The task therefore, in front of us is twofold: first to strive for achieving the objective of social change and second to understand the motives and moves of counter revolutionary forces operating in the system.

To handle both the tasks successfully one need to understand and estimate the amount and type of inputs we have to mobilize to sustain the movement. Trained human resources, financial resources, tapping human potential spread across the globe, aligning the young generation towards the movement, institutionalizing the ideology and awakening the masses for the cause all these aspects need to be evaluated not in terms of changing socio-economic situation and the means to deal with.

25th National convention at Nagpur

Holding the 25th National Convention is a milestone not only for BAMCEF organisation but is so for Phule-Ambedkarite movement. It indicates the consistency towards our commitment for social change for all this period. It is in this respect this becomes an historical event for Phule-Ambedkarite movement. On such occasion our feeling drives us to identify the place of historical importance in the movement. Nagpur has been the stronghold of Ambedkarite activities. During Babasahebs time Babasaheb himself had given importance to Nagpur for launching his revolutionary move. Nagpur therefore, is dearer to us when we think of laying this milestone. We derive inspiration and strength when the idea of hosting the 25th National Convention comes to our mind. During Babasahebs time Nagpur had witnessed the revolt against Brahminism and the people of Nagpur had supported Babasaheb wholeheartedly, BAMCEF is also fighting againstBrahminism. Fighting against Brahminism is a means for social change. The struggle of BAMCEF is for social change. We need to overthrow Brahminism and bring in social change. Hence we have decided to hold this historic event i.e. 25th National Convention in Nagpur.

In this endeavor we appeal to all the people of Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj to extend all cooperation with time, talent and money and participate in this event to register your presence in laying the mile stone.

Yours in Mission,


Dr. L. J. Kanhekar

National General Secretary



Date: 24th September2008 (Satyashodhak Samaj Divas)

Place: New Delhi

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